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Samsung's Woes Could Bode Well for Apple and Other Rivals

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Samsung Electronics Co.’s decision to pull the plug on its embattled Galaxy Note 7 smartphone could lift the fortunes of rivals, including China’s Huawei Technologies Co., Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Apple Inc.
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